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5. Archiwum Prac Dyplomowych KAAFM / Thesies archive
  • A Half-Century of Experiences with the Polygraph (added: 2020-07-10) 

    Widacki, Jan (Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2020)
    "I obtained my fi rst expert knowledge of polygraph from a course book of criminalistics by Paweł Horoszowski published Poland in 1958. The author provided his descriptions of the polygraph and examinations with an ...
  • Five Milestones in the History of the Polygraph (added: 2020-07-10) 

    Krapohl, Donald J. (Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2020)
    "Looking back through the lens of history I believe there were fi ve critical events that brought the polygraph profession to where it is today. Here are those events."(...)
  • A Hundred Years of Polygraphy: Some Primary Changes and Related Issues (added: 2020-07-10) 

    Horvath, Frank (Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2020)
    "The question to be addressed is essentially: “Supposing you were a polygraph examiner in the early years of the fi eld, what are the foremost changes you have witnessed in the last 100 years?”"(...)
  • Critical Changes Over the 100 Year Evolution of Polygraph Practices (added: 2020-07-10) 

    Slowik, Stanley M. (Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2020)
    "I believe the most important evolutionary changes to polygraph procedures and practices over the last 100 years were all the result of the creation of the fi rst modern day crime laboratory in 1930 at the Northwestern ...
  • Foremost Changes in Polygraph in Last 100 Years (added: 2020-07-10) 

    Matte, James Allan (Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2020)
    "When I attended the Backster School of Lie Detection in New York City in January- February 1972, there were fi ve primary polygraph techniques in use at that time. Namely, the Relevant-Irrelevant Technique, the Reid ...

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